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  Finally, there is a Easy, Accurate, and Reliable way to test flame scanners and fire detectors in house.  Designed to generate a wide variety of optical output signals, the 16091 Flame Sensor Test Unit assists in determining the working condition of a variety of sensors.  Most power plants maintain boiler flame sensors or scanners, which sometimes require testing.  A single test unit can be used to generate signals for assisting in general maintenance and troubleshooting on most sensors. 

FEATURES
Keypad and scrolling features provide an intuitive method of cycling various intensity and wavelength settings.

Calcium Fluoride lens allows for UV, Visible, Near Infra-red, and Mid. Infra-red wavelengths.  Bulb generates high, mid, and low intensity.

24V DC output supplied on terminals at the base of the unit allows for portable testing on the boiler front, or when 115V AC is not available.

While new-style flame monitoring sensors have proven reliable and require little maintenance, all sensors should be tested from time to time.  Older UV and IR sensors may require more frequent attention.  Lower costs and downtime by testing sensors, scanners, and detectors in house and onsite.

 The 16091 is able to generate a wide range of signals, including constant illumination, regular flashes, and irregular flicker, to simulate flame.
Suitable for most sensors/scanners which utilize:
UV (ultraviolet)
IR (infrared)
UV/IR
IR2
UV/IR2
IR3

Internal rechargeable NiCd battery provides 24V current loop to power sensor anywhere, anytime.
(Charger and case included)


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